Congratulations to Carol Cheyne, who recently finished a 499 project in the group, and who is moving on to graduate studies in the Department of Earth Science at U of T.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Yay Carol!
Congratulations to Jeff Geddes for successfully defending his PhD thesis on April 10. Thanks to Barry Lefer for travelling to Toronto to act as external examiner. Sorry about the snow!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Hooray for Jeff!
Congratulations to Jeff Geddes and Greg Wentworth who both received Outstanding Student Paper Awards at the 2012 Fall AGU meeting in San Francisco!Continue Reading... Comments Off on AGU meeting
Trevor Vandenboer will be presenting some of his PhD work on the detection of amines in atmospheric samples at the SETAC meeting in Long Beach, CA next week.Continue Reading... Comments Off on SETAC Meeting
Welcome to Stephanie Pugliese, who joined the group as a new PhD student in Environmental ChemistryContinue Reading... Comments Off on Murphy Group Fall 2012
For the past two months, the Murphy group has been Characterizing Ontario Nitrogen Transport and Chemical Transformations (CONTACT). We have been using the AIM-IC system to make hourly measurements of water-soluble gases and PM2.5 in the atmosphere. At the same time, the QC-TILDAS is being used to measure surface-atmosphere exchange of NH3 by eddy covariance. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on 3-2-1 CONTACT!
To cap off a summer in which he tied the knot, trekked through South America, and defended his PhD thesis, Trevor VandenBoer is moving east to a postdoctoral fellowship at Memorial University in Newfoundland. Good luck Trevor, we look foward to visiting you on The Rock! Photo credit: R. Di Lorenzo (and a few drinks)Continue Reading... Comments Off on Double congratulations and farewell to Trevor!
The University of Michigan Biological Station is a very well equipped field site for summer courses and research, and it has proven to be a very comfortable and exciting place to work. I have been making measurements with our trusty two-channel NOx and NOy chemiluminescent analyzer for a couple of weeks now from the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Adventures at the PROPHET Tower
Jeff is spending the next month at the PROPHET tower at the University of Michigan Biological Station. He will be measuring fluxes of nitrogen oxides from the top of the tower and comparing them to measurements he made last summer at our site in Haliburton Forest.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Jeff at PROPHET
On July 10, the Murphy group (and some alumni and significant others) went to the Toronto Islands for a picnic and BBQ. Following some sun and swimming at the beach, we fired up the grill and enjoyed a feast! Hope to see you all again next year!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Murphy group reunion